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The Last Drop (2006)

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Different factions in WWII-era Holland race to find a stash of Nazi gold.


Colin Teague


Gary Young (screenplay), Colin Teague (screenplay)





Cast overview, first billed only:
Laurence Fox ... SS Maj. Klaus Kessler
Louis Dempsey ... Snyder
Lucy Gaskell ... Benitta
Coral Beed ... Saskia
Andrew Howard ... Capt. Edward Banks
Jack Dee ... Warren
Neil Newbon ... Cpl. Rhys Powell
Nick Moran ... Pvt. Alan Ives
Rafe Spall ... Pvt. David Wellings
Tommy Flanagan ... Pvt. Dennis Baker
Sean Pertwee ... Sgt. Bill McMillan
Billy Zane ... Flt. Lt. Robert Oates
Neil Jackson ... Flt. Sgt. Simkins
Steve Speirs ... Gustav Hansfeldt
Agathe de La Boulaye ... Katrina


In a daring attempt to end the war by Christmas, Winston Churchill and the British High Command hatch an extraordinary plan - Operation Market Garden. 35,000 British troops are dropped behind enemy lines in German occupied Holland. In the midst of the largest airborne invasion in history, one small unit of men, codename "Matchbox" has its own agenda. When Matchbox are shot down short of their landing zone, the odds of their success seem hopeless. Seven very different British soldiers find themselves separated from the Allied invasion, on a collision course with three renegade German soldiers who also want to lay claim to the horde. Written by RS

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The fog of war... what better time for a robbery? See more »


Action | Adventure | Drama | War

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Rated R for violence | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


Laurence Fox's uncle Edward Fox previously appeared in A Bridge Too Far (1977), which likewise depicted Operation Market Garden. See more »


The rank insignia worn by SS Major Klaus Kessler is that of Brigadeführer (Brigadier General) which was used on SS uniforms between 1940 and 1942, not that of Sturmbannführer (Major). The storyline is set during Operation Market Garden which was in 1944. Also because Kessler was an SS officer, the proper manner to which he would be addressed is "Herr Sturmbannführer", not "Herr Major". See more »


[last lines]
Col. J.T. Colt: Hell of a war... huh?
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A Watchable Mess
20 February 2011 | by bruges-952-146477See all my reviews

Let me start by saying I picked this movie up for $3 at a used book store. And frankly, I do not regret it. There is an interesting quality about this movie that leaves me satisfied with the movie experience. It starts with expectations. When your marquee actors are Billy Zane and Michael Madsen, no matter how high budget the DVD case would like you to believe it is, you know going in that it is a B-Movie. Kind of like anything with C. Thomas Howell in it. So if you go in expecting a Saving Private Ryan, that is your oversight, not the makers of this film. Clearly in the aerial shots and crash scene at the beginning, one gets a good idea as to the "budget". There is nothing quality about this movie except maybe the true events surrounding the plot. I'm a fan of art and art history and WWII provides numerous interesting stories about art theft and art rescue. However, whereas the quality of the movie stinks, it's at least interesting. Low-B actors, recognizable character actors from bigger movies (see Tommy Flanagan in Braveheart), bad accents, poor dialogue, and to make matters worse the movie can't decide what it is going to be. Initially it starts out as a serious war movie and by the end of the movie, it had tried to become a Guy Ritchie film. Somewhere in the middle as the Germans steal a truck, hard rock music starts playing and the whole tone of the movie changes. Regardless of how bad this movie is, it is still an enjoyable time waster just to immerse yourself in bad movie-making.

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Release Date:

18 April 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Az utolsó bevetés See more »

Filming Locations:

Bucharest, Romania See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital


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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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